This study found that neighbors play an influential role in private oceanfront landowners’ decisions to protect their shorelines from erosion and rising sea levels, which could lead to excessive armoring of the coastline.
A unique modeling project developed to address coastal flooding and erosion in Tillamook County, Oregon provides different scenarios based on the uncertainty of climate change and community's potential planning actions.
Study examines whether Oregon coastal coho salmon returning to three tributaries of the Smith River watershed (in the central Oregon Coast Range) responded to the stream hydroregime throughout their spawning period.
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